Proactive Child Protection Plan
Proactively Planning For The Lifetime Of Your Children
IF YOU DON’T HAVE YOUR PROACTIVE PLAN IN PLACE,
YOU DON’T HAVE A SAY IF YOU ARE NO LONGER ABLE TO BE THERE FOR YOUR CHILDREN!
TAKE CONTROL TODAY!
You Love Your Children
You Love Your Children. That’s why you work hard to accumulate assets and money.
Without your proactive plan in place, you risk all the dreams and assets you have worked hard for all your life. They could be eaten up by probate, or put into the hands of somebody you would have never picked to manage your children’s money. And, there are businesses out there that prey on children’s inheritance.
As a parent, you should be able to answer these questions:
- Who will raise my children if I can’t?
- Who will control the house and money?
- How do I keep my children out of Foster Care, even for one night?
- Is my plan legally binding?
Without Proper Planning, Here’s What Could Happen…
- Your children could be placed in the care of the state’s Child Protective Services, with strangers, even if you have a valid Last Will and Testament
- A judge who doesn’t know you, or your family, will decide who will raise your kids, even if it’s someone you would never choose.
- Your children and family could end up in a long, expensive, challenging custody fight
- Up to 8% of your assets could be lost to court costs and other fees through the probate process. The court process could tie up your assets for years, and deprive your kids of the resources they need to live comfortably.
- When your kids turn 18, they get all the assets that remain. There are creditors and financial predators out there who make it their business to look at the public records to find out when children are getting their inheritance.
Imagine this scenario:
Jerry and Jennifer love their children very much and worry about them every day.
Jerry often travels for work, and Jennifer works a distance away from the home. They are so lucky to have found Kim to watch the children during those times they can’t be there.
One week when Jerry was travelling out of country for work, Jennifer had to work late at the office. She was expected home by 9:00 PM.
But, on the way home, Jennifer swerved to miss something in the road, ran through the guardrail, and rolled the car to the bottom of a deep ravine. Unfortunately, Jennifer was killed in the horrible accident. And, she won’t be discovered for a few days.
At 9:30, Kim, the sitter, was getting worried and tried to call Jennifer’s cell phone. After trying several times and getting no response, she is getting very worried. Kim calls her parents for advice. They tell her to call the police.
The police arrive and take charge. Officer Oliver questioned Kim
about the situation. He found out the children were sleeping in their rooms and it was unlike Jennifer to be late getting home. He tried Jennifer’s cell phone several more times, still getting not answer.
At about 11:30PM, he told Kim to head home. She really wanted to stay, but Office Oliver tells her she is not the legal guardian, has no authority, and must go home. Kim leaves and goes home.
Office Oliver does what he must, and calls Child Protective Services to come pick up the children.
Early in the morning hours, the children are woke up by a worker, Wanda, from Child Protective Services and taken into their custody. Both children are frightened and don’t really know what is going on. Wanda, a caring person, tries to place both children, but because the system is over crowded and of the late hour, she is unable to place the children anywhere. She finds one foster home that can take one of them for the night. The other one has to sleep in a children’s shelter for the night.
During the worst time in their young lives, the children were yanked from the home and placed in the care of strangers until dad could get home and take charge again.
It doesn’t have to be this way for you and your family!
If something happens, and the parents are unavailable –
- The children can be placed in the custody and care of total strangers
- The children may be separated and moved around until more permanent solutions can be found
- A Judge that doesn’t know you or your children may get to pick and choose who gets to raise your children and manage their money
- Your children get a lump sum at 18 to spend and squander as they please
- Nomination of Guardian so you can rest easier
- Help choosing a guardian for your children so you know your children are raised the way you want in a loving environment
- Help picking somebody to manage the money because you want to make sure it is there for them, not the guardian
- Temporary Power of Attorney for legal, financial, medical, and education so you children are never unprotected
- Letters to nominated guardians explaining what they need to do
- Letter to babysitter for emergency situations
- Letter of Love to your children
Proactive Childhood Protection Plan
YOUR ONE-TIME INVESTMENT
OR 3 Installments of $191
If you want to make sure your children are safe and cared for by a loving family, even if something happens to you, click the button below to schedule a free consultation to discuss.